ACEs, or Adverse Childhood Experiences, can impact brain development and the behavior of youth. If we work together, we can mitigate the impact of how these experiences affect our youth.
ACE Interface presentations
ACE Interface presentations are part of a state-wide initiative to educate the public about adverse childhood experiences and their impact on health and social outcomes. The ACE Interface presentation will explain what Adverse Childhood Experiences are, how they impact brain development and subsequent behavior, how the impact can be mitigated, and how a community can work together to address ACEs.
Presentations can be from 2 hours to 6 hours in duration and are free of charge. Shorter, introductory ACE’s presentations are also available.
You can request this training for your organization by contacting Shari Faber.